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Jul 14, 2011 5:00pm EDT
. >> jim vance is here now with his one-on-one. big day, jim. >> yeah, jim and pat, thank you. the president stepped away from his discussions with congressional leaders today to talk to us about the current economy, and the hardships that it it puts on working people here in washington and all over the country. >> people all across the country are going through a tough time right now. and nobody is thinking about it each and every day more than i am. because i get letters from folks, i hear from people who are doing the right thing, trying to make something happen in their lives and they're just having a difficult time in what is a really tough economy. what i would say to folks is that we are doing everything we can to make sure that the economy is growing, but we're also trying to do everything we can to make sure that if somebody wants to get trained for the jobs of the future, that those training programs are available to them. if young people are ready and willing to go to college, then we're going to try to make sure that they can afford to go to college. and that we ar
NBC
Jul 22, 2011 5:00pm EDT
. >> there really is. and this is really cool. we had a big-time thunderstorm, a severe thunderstorm up around the haguerstown area. that thunderstorm has completely died out. but it septembnt out a boundary cooled us down by about 10 to 15 degrees. let's show you outside right now, where we have rain across the area. you can see very hazy around the washington, d.c. area, but it is cooler out there right now. many locations, digital doppler radar right now showing you where the rain is. we do have some rain back to the west around shenandoah county. that's a severe thunderstorm. these are big-time storms here. another severe thunderstorm warning now that includes clark county and fauquier. and we had a severe thunderstorm around fairfax county but that died out. and now a new storm has developed, and it's all along this boundary. i want you to focus. see this line right here? you can actually see it making its way down across the area. it came through leesburg, 102. next hour, 93. it came through the washington, d.c. area, it was 102 here at our studio. outside right now, 94 degrees. so about
NBC
Jul 11, 2011 5:00pm EDT
-brand designers had had excess inventory they were trying to get rid of. >> reporter: today, big names are banking on flash sales. this year, nordstrom brought a flash site, and amazon is the founder of i-habit. flash sales may be a new shopping trend for consumers, but the marketing tactics are old-school. >> first of all, urgency, the fact you might have to make the deal in a hurry. second is scarcity on some of the sites, at least many of the sites. that you know there's a limited quantity available. the third, for some of the sites, is exclusivity, which basically indicates some of them are members-only sites. >> reporter: some things to look out for before making a flash purchase. you might be able to get the same deal or better price somewhere else. find out how much shipping costs. it may cost more than the deal is worth to you. if you're considering a travel flash sale, make sure you know who is actually providing the services. know the privacy policy associated with the information you give to the flash site. and understand the return policy. they may not take the product back. jacobs say
NBC
Jul 12, 2011 5:00pm EDT
this proposal. >>> a big crowd is gathering in palm desert, california to say they're final farewell to betty ford. funeral services are just now getting underway. earlier today, main roads leading to the church were shutdown, and security was beefed up. michelle obama and three former first ladies are among the dignitaries paying their respects. those coming out say mrs. ford and her courageous battles with her very private issues from breast cancer to drug and alcohol addiction inspired her lasting legacy. >>> still ahead, 24 hours later, crews are working to repair the gas line. the unexpected snag. what it could mean for your commute. >>> disturbing allegations of sexual abuse at a little girl's birthday party. a local councilmember's husband is facing charges. >>> summertime means no homework and staying up late for the kids. one local county may be changing that. who's considering a curfew and why you could get in trouble if your children break the rules. not that long ago, many families were priced out of an overheated housing market. but the times have changed. get the facts at remax.
NBC
Jul 25, 2011 5:00pm EDT
be some big names. guys, we'll have the whole time line laid out for you coming up at 5:00 in just a few minutes. >> bring it. we're all ready for it, dan. thanks very much. we'll see you in a bit. >>> we're following developments on capitol hill involving the debt reduction battle. there's still no agreement, but today republican and democratic leaders drafted two separate measures to avoid a government default next week. the house gop plan includes raising the debt ceiling, and cutting spending by $2.5 trillion in two stages, with one vote now and another next year. senate democrats would hike the borrowing limit, and trim $2.7 trillion over ten years. neither plan includes tax hikes. >> any serious debt reduction plan must include revenues, but in the interest of preventing a default, we can have the fight on revenues later. >> we believe it's a responsible, common sense plan that meets our obligations to the american people, and preserves the full faith and credit of the united states' government. >>> the white house says president obama is supporting the senate's proposal, even thou
NBC
Jul 28, 2011 5:00pm EDT
flickster now? every day i'm further behind. how these local kids are working to develop the next big thing for iphone apps. >> and i have a feeling we aren't going to know what it is. in sports, lots of changes to the >>> a new study says there is no increased risk for brain cancer among teenagers who regularly use cell phones. the national cancer institute study followed cell phone habits of more than 350 teens with brain cancer. and compared them to kids without the disease. they also could not find more brain tumors in areas of the brain receiving the highest amount of exposure to the cell phone. this study follows one released by the world health organization back in may that said using a mobile phone might increase the risk of certain types of brain tumors. >>> are you smarter than a fifth grader? you might not be in the fifth grade in one of the kids taking part in a high-tech summer camp in our area. derrick ward shows us what these kids are learning during their summer vacation. >> just going through the first stages. >> reporter: you may be looking at the next hot app for your iph
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